Sandra Randolph is a retired hospital executive whose healthcare career began as a physical therapist. She served the majority of her leadership career with Adventist Health Systems, including twenty years at its flagship hospital, Florida Hospital. During her Florida Hospital tenure, Ms. Randolph served in the capacities of Assistant Administrator, then rising to Administrator of Florida Hospital East Orlando and culminating as a system Vice President. Prior to joining Florida Hospital, Ms. Randolph served as Assistant Hospital Director at Vanderbilt University Hospital, Vice President at Riverside Adventist Hospital, Assistant to the President and a Director at Washington Adventist Hospital, and as a clinical leader at Howard University Hospital.
Ms. Randolph currently serves on the boards of Florida Hospital and Hospice of The Comforter, as well as Board Chair for the U.S. Dream Academy. Additionally, she serves on various church-related local and national committees and as a co-founder/mentor with a leadership development forum. Her past service includes various roles with professional, civic, university and multiple community organizations.
Ms. Randolph is a Life Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. She received a Master’s of Business Administration degree in Health Administration from Howard University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Ithaca College.